Deities can be naive, but must not be toyed with.
Wanjagra – the blacksmith – threatens his chief and has captured the affections of a goddess.
His daughter, the genius named Migaire, is undeterred by cruel social convention in her quest for knowledge.
Shei, the blind girl, becomes the catalyst for a war when the truth of her birth is revealed.
And Wayu, the huntress from the Valley of Corpses, must fight an invading army to keep her lover safe.
Will the intelligent outcasts prevail over the might and numbers of a desperate enemy?
Kiko Enjani once made a drum out of a mangled plastic bucket. There followed a series of events, ending with the 9-year-old percussionist's exile to the local library. After reading everything in the science fiction and fantasy section, Kiko moved to different countries with her parents until settling in Nairobi, Kenya. She has tried her hand at game development, data entry and music production while pursuing several courses in design.
If you are into the surreal and love how fantasy can consume you, then this is what you ought to read. I love the pace and how the author creates the setting for the story, it's almost as though you have teasers that build up to the ending ~ Dora Okeyo